Effects of Priming, Dormancy and Aging on Embryo Growth Potential and Germination of Tomato (Lycopersicon Esculentum Mill.) and Lettuce (Lactuca Sativa L.) Seeds
Cornell University, Aug., 1997 - 156 pages
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Effects of Maternal Plant Environment on Lettuce ( Lactuca Sativa L.) Seed ...
Samuel A. Contreras
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GERMINATION ENHANCEMENT AND EMBRYO
SEED DORMANCY AND EMBRYO GROWTH
AGING AND EMBRYO GROWTH POTENTIAL
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4.1 for details 4d osmoconditioning abscisic acid aged 7d MC combination on germination cut seeds day/night temperature regime decrease deionized water dormancy induction Effect of aging Effect of matriconditioning effect of TCY embryo excision embryo growth measurement embryo growth potential embryo growth rate Embryos were excised endosperm excised embryos Figure Galactomannan germination and embryo germination enhancement germination in darkness germination in light germination percentage germination rate germination test germination time MGT gibberellins Growth rate mm/h induced dormancy inhibition inhibitor lettuce seeds light at 25C matriconditioned seeds matriconditioning MC mean germination Mesa Micro-Cel nonconditioned seeds osmotic priming percentage germination petri plates phytochrome pretreatment radicle rate at 25C rate in light rate of excised seed coat seed germination seed hydration treatments seeds on germination seeds were washed separated by LSD storage studies subsequent germination tomato and lettuce tomato cultivars tomato cv tomato seeds washed and dried water potential